Stories of Change

New City power contracts prevent two million tonnes of carbon from entering the atmosphere

Workplace

Jun. 22/22

​The City of Edmonton is aggressively reducing greenhouse gas emissions by purchasing green energy contracts that will see the City use 100 per cent renewable electricity for the next 20 years.

City of Edmonton Jun. 22/22

​The City of Edmonton is aggressively reducing greenhouse gas emissions by purchasing green energy contracts that will see the City use 100 per cent renewable electricity for the next 20 years.

The Corporate Climate Leaders Program is accepting new members!

Workplace

Jun. 20/22

How can businesses reduce their climate impact while remaining competitive? Find out more about our Corporate Climate Leaders Program.

City of Edmonton Jun. 20/22

How can businesses reduce their climate impact while remaining competitive? Find out more about our Corporate Climate Leaders Program.

City of Edmonton certified 15 additional City owned/leased buildings in 2021!

Workplace

Feb. 22/22

In 2021, the City successfully certified 15 additional buildings through the BOMA BEST Program, with a total count of 20 buildings certified to date. Learn why this is important.

City of Edmonton Feb. 22/22

In 2021, the City successfully certified 15 additional buildings through the BOMA BEST Program, with a total count of 20 buildings certified to date. Learn why this is important.

Edmonton Taking the Lead as a Solar Power Producer

Workplace

Jan. 24/22

City buildings are responsible for nearly 50% of the corporation's greenhouse gas emissions. Recently, the City approved a new Climate Resilience Policy and Procedures (C627) that includes building emission neutral buildings going forward. Find out what this means.

City of Edmonton Jan. 24/22

City buildings are responsible for nearly 50% of the corporation's greenhouse gas emissions. Recently, the City approved a new Climate Resilience Policy and Procedures (C627) that includes building emission neutral buildings going forward. Find out what this means.

City celebrates LEED Certification for four projects

Workplace

Nov. 24/21

With a goal of reaching net zero Greenhouse Gas emissions (GHG) by 2040, the City is working aggressively to increase energy efficiency and reduce energy consumption and emissions wherever it can. These efforts have led to four recent building projects achieving LEED Certification. Find out which ones.

City of Edmonton Nov. 24/21

With a goal of reaching net zero Greenhouse Gas emissions (GHG) by 2040, the City is working aggressively to increase energy efficiency and reduce energy consumption and emissions wherever it can. These efforts have led to four recent building projects achieving LEED Certification. Find out which ones.

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